Author: Deon Meyer
Genre: Thriller, Standalone
Personal Rating: 2/5 (not enjoyable)
Format/Narrator: Audiobook/Simon Vance
Yearly Count: 61
I have wanted to read a Deon Meyer book for years now. I actually have several in hardcover and eBook format, but this one caught my eye as an audiobook. It was told by van Heerden in the past (his backstory) and the present, and it was complex. Unfortunately, my interest level waned pretty quickly, and it was almost put down to rest. I'm not sure if the main cause was the absolutely atrocious language (I can read it a lot easier than listening to it!) or if I just wasn't interested in the storyline. Needless to say, I will give another book of his a try, but I'm not very excited about Meyer anymore.